You can also buy tickets in through our easypay system. Just pay your deposit and booking fee now and then pay as and when you are able. Final payment must be made by 1st July. This offer will become available in 2019.
For those requiring accessible camping you must call Ticketsellers to book your space as these are limited and cannot be guaranteed on the day: 0844 870 0000 (out of hours) or 0121 472 6688 (office hours)
A trailer tent is classed as a live-in vehicle and will be located in the live-in vehicle area. You will need to purchase either a live-in vehicle pass or a live-in vehicle for the family area pass. You must purchase the relevant pass and can only access the family live-in vehicle area with a child aged 12 or under on board your vehicle.
Camplight will set up a tent for you, taking the sting out of camping. This service is low cost with prices varying depending on the size of the tent that you have.
- You will need to purchase one pass per vehicle to gain access to the campervan field. These need to be purchased in advance of arrival with your festival entry ticket and you will be asked to present your campervan barcode with your festival entry ticket barcode at the gate.
- The maximum allotted space for your vehicle is 7m x 5m. You will only be allocated this size space if your vehicle requires it due to space limitations in the field.
- Once you have parked your vehicle you will not be able to exit the site and re-enter excluding in the event of an emergency. Should an emergency occur a festival steward and the Health & Safety or Site Manager should be informed and a banksman will help guide your vehicle to a safe exit. Otherwise, once your vehicle has left the site it cannot re-enter.
- Tents cannot be set up in the campervan field and campervans cannot be located in the general campsite. The only exception is small tents for very young children, in the campervan field. In all other cases you will be asked to take down your tent.
- If you are disabled and receive PIP, then please check out our access page to find out more about disability provisions.
Fri: 10:00 – 03:00
Sat: 09:00 – 03:00
Sun: 09:00 – 01:00
Please be sure to pick up a programme which will detail timings for our acts on each stage.
However, if you’re feeling nosy we encourage visitors to use the local shops where possible and help support the local community. Vegans can get basic commodities as well as loads of treats and the local bakeries and delis are always worth a visit.
Or get in touch with Camplight, who will set up a tent for you, along with a sleeping bag and roll mat to take some of your camping stresses away.
However, if sleeping anywhere near the ground really isn’t for you there is a plentiful supply of local inns and great countryside accommodation in Herefordshire. Check out Visit Herefordshire for more info.
Once on site, never challenge thieves, but immediately report to campsite stewards any unknown person entering your tent; this includes someone “accidentally” entering the wrong tent or looking for a friend. You are also the eyes and ears of the festival so let a steward or security personnel know if you see anything suspicious. Make friends with your neighbours and watch out for each other. Always keep valuable items about your person. Split cash between your pockets, don’t have a wallet sticking out. Never leave bags unattended. Place valuables in your sleeping bag when you go to sleep. Keep your camp tidy & your tent messy. Having a messy tent will make it harder for thieves to find items they are looking for. Consider using cheap phones for festival use and stick your phone number onto your keys. Save contact details of a mate at the festival are on your lock screen or write their details on a sticky label on the back of your phone. If you think you have been the victim of crime or have lost any property then please report this to our Info Office staff straight away. For more information on keeping your belongings and yourself safe, please read our safety at festivals page.
What should I do if I lose any property?
Any property found over the festival can be handed in to the Info Office. If you lose anything this is the place to start. The staff there will ask you to fill in a form with details of what you have lost – please fill in as much detail as possible, including contact phone numbers and passcodes if it’s your phone that is lost. Once the Festival is over you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to see if anything has been found once we have recovered and tidied everything away. Any lost property will be kept for a maximum of one month and then handed over to the police or given to charity.
*All content within this website is correct as at the time of publication but please remember that bookings for artists, facilities and venues are all subject to change any time up to the end of the festival. To stay as up to date as possible, subscribe to receive updates and keep in touch on facebook and twitter.
* last updated: 28 Sept 2018